Fleet Administrator
Omega Resource Group
England, Wiltshire, Chippenham
7d ago

£18,000 - £23,000

A global fleet management company looking for individuals to join our rapidly growing organisation.

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities

Proactively monitor all compliance schedules for all vehicle types

Outbound chase all compliance bookings liaising with vendors, drivers and customers.

Ensure all required job types are booked within the specified date or date range

Ensure all data is updated in a timely and accurate manner

Highlight any incorrect contact data to specified account contact

Ensure any slippage is reported to fleet contact and account contact

Confirm booking dates to all parties

Act as point of contact for other departments for any changes in bookings or information needed

Follow up all bookings to ensure completion and pass

Assist with gathering any documents required as proof of completion


Knowledge in all vehicle types including cars, light commercial and heavy commercial - Knowledge and experience of compliance regulations will be an advantage

Must be adept in the use of a PC, internet and email and able to grasp new software applications easily and quickly. Able to use Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook to an intermediate level

Customer facing skills & experience required

Is prepared to go the 'extra mile' in order to achieve excellent end results


Hours of work : 41.5 hours per week on average, working to a regular shift pattern to include a maximum of 2 out of 4 Saturday mornings where required.

Comprehensive training

Competitive and attractive salary and other financial recognition schemes

25 days' annual holiday (excluding Bank Holidays

Omega Resource Group Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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